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  • Food.com: Newest recipes 4:06 am on 2017/10/22 Permalink  

    Sweet Potato Toast With Avo & Egg 

    Avo has got to be everyone’s favourite brunch item at the minute, so we couldn’t really not include it in these recipes. This recipe is super nutritious, it’s high in protein, potassium, fibre, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B, vitamin E, vitamin K, and folate. It’s low in calories too at only 319 per serving. -- posted by hello
     
  • Food.com: Newest recipes 4:04 am on 2017/10/22 Permalink  

    Sweet Potato Toast With ‘Cheesy’ Beans 

    Who loves cheesy beans? Well did you know you can get the same great taste without adding even a gram of cheese? Enter nutritional yeast, one of our store cupboard essentials. These flakes of nutritious goodness might look bland, but they most certainly aren’t. They’re full of nutrition and flavour and when added to your favourite recipes provide a yummy nutty, cheesy flavour. -- posted by hello
     
  • Food.com: Newest recipes 3:56 am on 2017/10/22 Permalink  

    Tomato & Lentil Soup 

    This delicious tomato and lentil soup recipe is super easy to make and full of nutrition. One bowl has only 264 calories, 19g of protein, 16g fibre, and is high in folate, magnesium, vitamin B, iron and potassium. What’s not to love? -- posted by hello
     
  • Food.com: Newest recipes 3:54 am on 2017/10/22 Permalink  

    Vanilla Porridge 

    This quick and easy vanilla porridge recipe is our new favourite breakfast, do we always say that? It’s super easy to make, delicious, creamy and naturally sweet. You can play around with the toppings and use any mixture of your favourite nuts and fruits. We’ve gone for cranberries, nectarines, banana, walnuts and dried apricots and it was delicious. If you like your porridge super creamy – a good tip is to soak them in the milk overnight before cooking. Hope you enjoy! -- posted by hello
     
  • Food.com: Newest recipes 3:52 am on 2017/10/22 Permalink  

    Tropical Wave Smoothie 

    If you fancy a taste of tropical paradise, then this delicious, healthy and nutritious drink is for you. We’ve made it with frozen fruit so it tastes ice cold, but if you don’t have the time to freeze, it’s fine not to. Hope you enjoy it! -- posted by hello
     
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